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Knowledge can be empowering. Learn about undergoing treatment, managing side effects, and joining clinical trials.
Pediatric cancers may be treated using different methods -- chemotherapy, radiation therapy, surgery, stem cell transplant, and targeted therapy.
Side effects are health problems that result from cancer treatments. Your care team will work with you to help manage your child’s side effects.
A medical procedure is a specific action or activity used in the diagnosis and treatment of a health condition.
Keeping up with school is possible during cancer treatment. It’s important to make a plan early in treatment and re-evaluate it as need.
Siblings of childhood cancer patients need special attention and support. Encourage them to share feelings and help them express emotions.
When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the whole family faces challenges. There are resources to support your physical, mental, and spiritual health.